Analysis on Globalization in Brazil

Zhaofeng LI


This report is based on one globalization theory: The Neoliberals. Brazil is the object of this study. The author would show some examples to support and explain the opinions further. These examples are all from Brazil, such as the World Cup which was held in Brazil in 2014, the 2016 Olympic Games, and Brazil agriculture. And author would discuss how the government and local communities respond to globalization. From these aspects of Brazil, the impact of globalization could be clearly presented to readers.


Globalization; Brazil; Neoliberals

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